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Heat Handle Knicks
UNDATED (AP) -- It took 18 games, but the Miami Heat newcomers LeBron James and Chris Bosh have really meshed with Dwyane Wade.

James recorded his 30th career triple-double and the Heat earned their 11th consecutive win by dominating the second half of a 113-91 rout of the Knicks in New York. James scored 32 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, had 10 assists and led a 27-7 spurt that put Miami ahead by 18 in the third quarter.

Bosh each Wade each added 26 points for the Heat, who are second in the NBA's Eastern Conference following a 9-8 start.

Knicks center Amare Stoudemire was held under 30 points for the first time in 10 games, finishing with 24 on 11-of-28 shooting. New York has dropped consecutive home games to Boston and Miami after winning 12 of their previous 13 contests.

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